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Yakhtennaya railway platform Russian: Платформа Яхтенная
Commuter service passenger station
Yakhtennaya railway platform.JPG
Yakhtennaya in 2009
Location Near Primorsky prospect and Yakhtennaya street corner
Coordinates 59°59′30″N 30°03′16″E / 59.99167°N 30.05444°E / 59.99167; 30.05444Coordinates: 59°59′30″N 30°03′16″E / 59.99167°N 30.05444°E / 59.99167; 30.05444
Line(s) Saint Petersburg Finlyandsky - Beloostrov through Sestroretsk
Platforms 1, side
Tracks 1
Connections Historical Primorskaya line (1894-1904 named Shunting loop 2 verst)
Other information
Fare zone 3
Opened 1894,[1] as Shunting loop 2 verst
Closed 1924
Rebuilt 1990s
Electrified From the moment of creation

Yakhtennaya railway platform (Russian: Платфо́рма Я́хтенная) is a railway platform in Saint Petersburg, Russia, that opened in the 1990s. All trains that pass through this station stop at this station.


Shunting loop 2 verst[edit]

Originally the Joint-stock company of the Prinorskaya St.-Peterburg-Sestroretsk railway constructed Shunting loop 2 verst. This shunting loop was opened on July 12, 1894, concurrent with the opening of the railway between Novaya Derevnya and Lakhta (the first stage of the Primorskaya line).[1]

Flooding and closure[edit]

Сatastrophic flooding of September 23, 1924, seriously damaged the tracks that formed Shunting loop 2 verst. The shunting loop was dismantled and by 1925 did not exist any more.[1][2]

Current station[edit]

In the 1980s, housing construction began in the area. The current station was built to serve the residents. The station was named 13th km until February 1999 when it was renamed Yakhtennaya, after the street on which it is built.


  1. ^ a b c Chepurin, Sergey; Arkady Nikolayenko (May 2007). "Sestroretsk and Primorskaya railways (Сестрорецкая и Приморская железные дороги)" (in Russian). http://terijoki.spb.ru/trk_about.php3. Retrieved 2009-02-21.  External link in |publisher= (help)
  2. ^ Burochkin, Konstantin (1925). "The plan of Leningrad оn areas". Funds of the Russian National Library (in Russian). The Russian State Academic Printing house. p. 4. Retrieved 2009-02-17. 
Preceding station   Primorskaya Railway   Following station
Primorskaya line in 1894
Primorskaya line in November 1894
toward Razdelnaya
Primorskaya line in 1894 - 1900
toward Sestroretsk